The 2014 Scuba Show takes place in Long Beach this weekend, June 8-9, at the Long Beach Convention Center. This year marks the show’s 26th year and it’s one of the largest consumer dive shows in the U.S.

The Convention Center’s 76,000 square feet of exhibit space will host hundreds of diving companies and resorts from around the world. Experts will talk about and display the latest diving equipment, beautiful and exciting dive travel destinations, dive education, underwater photography and much more. This is a great opportunity to visit with dive professionals, check out the latest dive gear, see beautiful underwater photography and video, and mingle with thousands of other active divers.

In addition to the booths and film festival, there will be tens of thousands of dollars in door prizes, live California seafood cooking demonstrations and a continuous film festival on a three-story screen. With audience participation, a famous marine artist will create a large work of art that will be auctioned at the end for charity.


Scott Cassell and the Undersea Voyager Project’s submarine at the Scuba Show.

General admission is $12, and a full exhibit and seminar pass is $74. For more information on the show, visit: